SystemSpecs, a financial technology company in Nigeria and owner of Remita, Friday announced the release of the Beta version of Remita Mobile Application, to empower individuals to view multiple bank balances on one screen, make payments from and to various bank accounts including microfinance banks, settle various bills to Federal and State Government agencies as well as other billers, easily manage their expenses, and other key capabilities that allow users stay in firm control of their finance.Read More
Remita is quite popular in the FinTech industry by all standards. But just in case it doesn’t ring any bells, it might interest you to know that the software has made enormous impact on the Nigerian economy in a relatively short time, and is giving us much global recognition as a cutting-edge indigenous financial technology.
President Muhammadu Buhari has never hidden his passion to fight corruption, believed to be the bane of the nation. In doing this, all loopholes must be blocked while pursuing legal processes to bring looters of public treasury into justice.Read More
Senate investigation into the alleged N25 billion Treasury Single Account (TSA) has taken a different turn with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation (OAGF) trading blames.Read More
Ekiti State governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose has accused the Federal Government of using an e-Payment firm, Remita to defraud Nigeria, saying he would not attend a meeting summoned by the government to discuss the Treasury Single Account, TSA.Read More
Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State, has said he will not attend the meeting called by the Federal Government with State governors on the Treasury Single Account (TSA), pointing out categorically that the State Government was not interested in the TSA policy, which he said was a fraud against Nigeria and its people.Read More